An artist’s rendering of a large stone sculpture of an African-American man standing in front of a Confederate flag during the Civil War.
In the 18th century, the American South had an army of white soldiers that could overwhelm a black man.
The Confederacy had been founded by a white man and his white slaveholders and, like the American Revolution, was fought in the South.
As a result, the South had a history of discrimination.
The first American slave owner, Robert E. Lee, was assassinated by Union General John J. Pershing.
It was only after the Civil Wars ended that the country began to acknowledge the existence of a rich and powerful African-Americans community.
The South and the United States also fought a long and bitter battle over the rights of freed slaves and women.
The war ended in 1865 with the election of Abraham Lincoln.
By the 1920s, the Southern states were once again under the control of white farmers.
This was because the land that had been previously owned by the white farmers had been leased to black farmers, which meant that white farmers could no longer hold the land.
This created a situation where many Southern states could not afford to provide free land to their African- American citizens, and the black community had to live in cities and rural areas.
This caused the black population to decline, and in many cases the black churches in many parts of the South would be closed.
As the South lost its black population, the African- Americans in the Southern communities of the North began to suffer discrimination.
In 1931, the Black Panther Party came to the South and began to fight for the right of the Southern people to live as they had always lived.
The Black Panthers used their political platform to challenge the segregation of the black neighborhoods and to create a political and economic system that would allow the black people of the country to move out of the segregated South.
The Black Panthers became the forerunners of Black Power.
Although the Panthers gained political and social power, they did not have a political party.
They used their party to gain political influence in the United Sates.
In 1952, the Democratic Party entered the Democratic presidential primaries.
In 1964, the Republican Party entered a Presidential race.
Since then, the United State has experienced a number of periods of social and economic change.
As the United Nation’s Human Development Index (HDI) rose to the highest level in history, the social and political progress of African Americans in America has not been as high as it once was.
There are many reasons for the changes in the American economy.
The most important one is the global nature of the economy.
African- americans are highly mobile workers and many of them live in urban areas where jobs are available in a variety of industries.
The fact that most of the African American workers in these areas do not have the same basic level of education as whites does not necessarily mean that African Americans have a lower level of knowledge.
As African-Americas population increases, the amount of employment available to African Americans will also increase.
This is particularly true for young people who are often less able to find work in traditional jobs and require higher levels of education to gain entry into the job market.
The economic changes in our society have created a new generation of African-America people who have a higher standard of living than their ancestors.
One of the reasons for this has to do with the economic changes that African- America have experienced in the last century.
The changes in income inequality and the loss of manufacturing jobs in the past few decades has made African-americans a disadvantaged class.
Today, the largest number of African American people are living in poverty.
In the past, poverty was associated with being in an area of the city where many African- people had jobs and where they could easily get a better wage than whites.
Today, however, African- the population of the United States in the nation is concentrated in the metropolitan areas.
The number of Black people living in metropolitan areas increased from 30 percent in 1960 to 67 percent in 2010.
In urban areas, African Americans make up almost half of the population and they make up over two-thirds of the poor.
African- Americans are also less likely to have access to government assistance programs.
This means that African American families are more likely to be living in a home without a roof over their heads, food on the table, and a job that pays a living wage.
Even though they may not have access the same kinds of social programs as whites, African American children face a greater burden.
During the Great Recession, many African American students were put in poverty and many were unable to attend school.
These students, like African-, had access to school, but they had little hope of gaining a higher education.
As it turned out, a lack of support during a time of economic downturn is a serious threat to many families.
Black families are the second-largest group of Americans who